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California High School Evacuated Due to Bomb Threat

Hemera Technologies/Thinkstock edit Delete caption(SAN CLEMENTE, Calif.) -- California's San Clemente High School was evacuated on Wednesday, the first day of school, due to a bomb threat that apparently originated at Camp Pendleton.

A message on the school’s website reads, “Orange County Sheriff’s officers are investigating a bomb threat at San Clemente High School.”

The sheriff’s officers requested that the entire SCHS staff and student body be evacuated to the stadium after it was inspected and deemed safe.

Orange County Sheriff’s Department spokesman, Jim Mormino, told ABC that the written threat was discovered among the personal belongings of a missing soldier at Camp Pendleton.

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